Samsung has just started rolling out a new Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for Galaxy Note N7000. The firmware update N7000DXLSE, dated March 12th, is being rolled out to users in Southeast Asia region. Users in Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand are receiving the update. You can also manually download and install the DXLSE for N7100 update on your Galaxy Note device.
Samsung started rolling out Galaxy Note Jelly Bean updates back in January this year. Since then, users in different regions have been receiving the firmware updates. For those who do not want to wait, they can always download the firmware update and install it manually irrespective of the country / region they are in. The only thing that needs to be kept in mind is that the firmware update should only be installed on the device model that it was released for. Like this update should only be installed on N7000 devices.
Version: Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean
Date: March 12, 2013
Download and Install N7000DXLSE – Galaxy Note N7000 4.1.2 Update
You can download the firmware on your PC and flash it on your device using Odin. If you have used Odin to flash a firmware in past, you’d be aware that it’s really simple to use. For those who are new to this, we have posted a detailed step by step guide with pre-requisites and instructions on how to install stock firmware using Odin. First, you will need to download the firmware zip file. Here is the download link:
After downloading, unzip the file to get a .tar.md5 firmware file. Then head over to following link for a detailed guide: How to flash stock ROM using Odin.
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